Jamie Morris

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Dunbar Garden Centre
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Dunbar
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Dunbar
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Visited: 9/14
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Dunbar is a pleasant little seaside town on the East coast of Scotland. The High Street has a number of interesting stores but access could be a lot better than it is. Many of the stores have narrow entrances and steps. Getting around in my manual wheelchair is not all that easy.

The town has some good facilities. There is a modern swimming pool with wave machine and flume. A picturesque harbour area but a fairly steep slope from the harbour up to the main street.

Out to the west of the town is Belhaven Bay, a huge flat beach with a spectacular "Bridge to Nowhere" (Google Dunbar bridge to nowhere) that is completely cut off by high tide!
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Visited: 9/14
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Dunbar Garden Centre opened in 2013. It's a large garden centre built on one level. There is a large carpark outside with disabled spaces. If using a wheelchair, a disabled space is quite important because the roadway is gravel making it difficult to cross.

Inside is a smooth concrete surface. The store has a cafe area, indoor and outdoor sales areas. Outside the surface is a mixture of surfaces but I didn't have any difficulty self propelling over any of them.

The store sells a variety of items for in and outside the home. There is a fish / pet area with some small animals. Staff are friendly and attentive. There is a disabled toilet available and the usual wheelchairs available for people that can walk in to fetch them!